Christine Sullivan - Tractor - christhinesul1@gmail.com

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Christine Sullivan - Tractor - christhinesul1@gmail.com

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from: Christine Sullivan <christhinesul1@gmail.com>
date: Nov 16, 2020, 10:31 PM
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Hi,

The 2011 Kubota B2920 Tractor LA364 Loader BH65 Backhoe is still available. It is in a good condition, no scratches, no damages, never been involved in any kind of accidents. It has a 3 range hydrostatic transmission, 29 HP, 3 cylinder diesel engine, 4WD & only 438h. ABSOLUTELY NO ISSUES at all and I have the clean title in hand. I'm selling it at this final price of $1,700 because my husband passed away 2 months ago (he had a heart attack) and brings me bad memories and that's the reason I want to sell it asap. I also got a new job, moved back to my hometown in Great Falls, Montana, and many other things have priority now, so this tractor has to go. If you are interested in buying my tractor, feel free to email me.
Best regards,
Christine Sullivan
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